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Fraud Alerts

ATTENTION CUSTOMERS: 

We are aware that customers are receiving automated phone calls regarding debit cards being compromised or cancelled. The call is requesting that you enter your debit card number, in response.   Please be advised that Two River Community Bank is not the originator of these calls  and you should not give any information as requested in the call. If you have received a call or have any questions regarding this alert, please contact your local branch. 

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FDIC Consumer News: Credit Card Tips

Click here to learn practical tips for choosing and using credit cards, as well as suggestions on fraud prevention, saving money at tax time, and managing a home equity line of credit when interest rates are rising.

Holiday Shopping Tips from the FBI

Get expert advice from the FBI on holiday shopping.  Click here to read the article.

Holiday Shopping Safety Tips

Stay safe while you holiday shop with these safety tips tips.  Click here.

12 Scams of the Holiday Season

Protect yourself this holiday season.  Learn about the 12 scams of the holiday season by clicking here.

Consumer Alert: Pirated Software May Contain Malware

Please click here to read a consumer alert from IC3 which is an alliance between the National White Collar Crime Center (NWC3) and the FBI.  

ATM and Debit Card Security

Click here for tips on ATM and debit card security.

FDIC Consumer News: Banking in a High-Tech World

Click here to learn how you can protect yourself from high-tech criminals and use technology to remain financially fit.

FDIC Consumer News: Tips on Protecting Your Money

Click here to read some practical solutions for protecting your money, plus common questions and misconceptions. 

Grandparent Scam

Click here to read the article from Consumer Federation of America regarding the "Grandparent Scam."

Lottery Scams

Learn how AARP is teaming up with the United States Postal Inspection Service regarding lottery scams.  Click here

FDIC Consumer News: Getting the Most Out of Your Bank Account

Click here to read the latest news on how to get the most out of your bank account, managing your mortgage, adding others to your accounts, and more!  

Identity Theft Today

Click here to read about the facts you must know about identity theft today.

Utility Scam

Click here to read the article regarding a Utility Scam that is occurring across the country with victims that appear to be concentrated in New Jersey and are customers of  PSE&G.   A warning has also been issued by Monmouth County’s Department of Consumer Affairs.

FDIC Consumer News Features Practical Tips on Big Purchases 

The spring issue of the FDIC Consumer News features articles that provide practical tips on buying a certificate of deposit, paying for higher education, and financing a car purchase. The newsletter also includes a story on how to resolve a problem with a financial institution. Read moreRead FDIC Consumer News.

FRAUDULENT E-MAIL WARNING

Click here to read the warning.

FDIC QUICK GUIDE FOR CONSUMERS ON DEBIT, CREDIT & PREPAID CARDS 

Click here to access the guide.

BUSINESS ACCOUNT GUIDANCE

Risk Assessment & Layered Security for Online Business Transactions

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CONSUMER GUIDANCE

Account Authentication and Online Banking

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ZEUS MALWARE ALERT! 

Please click here to read the warning from the FBI regarding Zeus Malware attacks on Commercial Accounts that could result in account takeovers.  We have all recently seen and may have received fraudulent emails that appear to be from the IRS, ACH and the Better Business Bureau.  Opening any links contained in these emails could result in downloading a virus and that is why it is very important for you to delete these types of emails immediately.  

TEXT, POP-UPS and DOWNLOADS

Click here to read the alert.

PROTECT YOURSELF FROM FRAUD

Click here to learn how to protect yourself.

 

Please contact your local branch representative with any questions or concerns.